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Daisy Edgar-Jones cuts a stylish figure in an oversized wool coat and Chelsea boots for a stroll

Daisy Edgar-Jones cuts a stylish figure in an oversized wool coat and Chelsea boots as she enjoys a relaxing Christmas stroll with her family


She’s been enjoying Christmas at home in London.

And Daisy Edgar Jones, 23, celebrated the festivities with her family as she took a relaxing winter stroll to the local high street on Tuesday. 

The actress cut a stylish figure as she bundled up in an oversized beige wool coat and leather Chelsea boots for her outing. 

Stylish: Daisy Edgar-Jones, 23, cut a stylish figure in an oversized wool coat and Chelsea boots as she took a relaxing Christmas stroll with her family on Tuesday

Daisy accessorised with a cobalt blue scarf as she added a bright pop of colour to her casual ensemble.

She layered a pair of navy jeans with frayed hem detailing and a printed pink long sleeved top underneath.

Her brunette locks were worn up in a practical high ponytail as she added a feline flick of black eyeliner to complete her look. 

Out and about: The actress cut a stylish figure as she bundled up for the outing

Out and about: The actress cut a stylish figure as she bundled up for the outing 

Cool: Daisy accessorised with a cobalt blue scarf as she added a bright pop of colour to her casual ensemble

Cool: Daisy accessorised with a cobalt blue scarf as she added a bright pop of colour to her casual ensemble

Daisy could be seen as she strolled along the North London street with two family members who accompanied her.  

Her outing comes as Daisy detailed the filming of intimate scenes and reaching out to actress Phoebe Dynevor, 26, last month.

Daisy starred alongside Paul Mescal, 25, who took on the role as her love interest Connell Waldron in the hit series, Normal People.

Stroll: The actress could be seen strolling along the North London street with two family members who accompanied her

Stroll: The actress could be seen strolling along the North London street with two family members who accompanied her

The actress opened up about the nerve-wracking experience of filming intimate scenes for the first time.  

She said: ‘I’d never done anything like that. I’d never done nudity. But one thing I felt very safe in the hands of, was working with Lenny [Abrahamson] who was amazing … He’s a very sensitive director, and those scenes were so beautiful in the book so I was excited to see how he could investigate portraying young love really truthfully.’

The Emmy nominated series follows Marianne and Connell’s complex relationship as they weave in and out of eachothers lives and often fall victim to miscommunication.  

Opening up: Her outing comes as Daisy detailed the filming of intimate scenes and reaching out to actress Phoebe Dynevor, 26, last month

Opening up: Her outing comes as Daisy detailed the filming of intimate scenes and reaching out to actress Phoebe Dynevor, 26, last month

Experience: Daisy opened up about the nerve-wracking experience of filming intimate scenes on Normal People for the first time

Experience: Daisy opened up about the nerve-wracking experience of filming intimate scenes on Normal People for the first time

The series hired intimacy coordinator, Ita O’Brien to carefully construct and choreograph the scenes with realistic portrayal. 

On Ita’s role, Daisy spoke about the vulnerability that actors face and the importance of having intimacy coordinator’s on set.

She said: ‘I find it very shocking that [intimacy coordinators are] new. You are simulating something, and you are very vulnerable in that moment. 

Pals: She detailed the moment that she reached out to Phoebe, following her performance in the Netflix smash hit 'Bridgerton'

Pals: She detailed the moment that she reached out to Phoebe, following her performance in the Netflix smash hit ‘Bridgerton’ 

Daisy recalled: 'I started to see that she was getting very similar questions to what I was about the intimate scenes'

Daisy recalled: ‘I started to see that she was getting very similar questions to what I was about the intimate scenes’

‘So, it was amazing working with Ita [O’Brien, Normal People’s intimacy coordinator], she’s really good at allowing you to have agency in those moments.’   

She detailed the moment that she reached out to Phoebe, following her performance in the Netflix smash hit ‘Bridgerton’ as she felt there were many similarities between the pair. 

Daisy recalled: ‘I remember watching Bridgerton and thinking that her whole performance was so stunning and I started to see that she was getting very similar questions to what I was about the intimate scenes.’ 

The racy drama aired as the UK was plunged into lockdown last year and the thrust Daisy into overnight fame. 

Normal People: The racy drama aired as the UK was plunged into lockdown last year and the thrust Daisy into overnight fame

Normal People: The racy drama aired as the UK was plunged into lockdown last year and the thrust Daisy into overnight fame

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